RMLC Reminds Stations: Pay Pre-72 Immunity Fee By July 8
May 6, 2019
When a major overhaul to music copyrights became law last autumn, the biggest immediate impact on radio was that songs recorded before Feb. 15, 1972 would no longer be exempt. That means oldies or classic rock stations playing songs that predate that cutoff are now required to pay royalties on those spins whenever those songs are streamed online.
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